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  • Northern Advance (Barrie, ON), December 5, 1867
    Northern Advance (Barrie, ON), December 5, 1867
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    VESSEL AND CARGO LOST - The Collingwood Enterprize says; - On Wednesday last, the brig Marquette, for Collingwood, from Chicago, Captain Fountain, in a heavy snow storm was driven on the reef at Hope island, and in an hour and a half went down in 26 feet of water. She ...

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    VESSEL AND CARGO LOST - The Collingwood Enterprize says; - On Wednesday last, the brig Marquette, for Collingwood, from Chicago, Captain Fountain, in a heavy snow storm was driven on ...

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  • Northern Advance (Barrie, ON), August 1, 1867
    Northern Advance (Barrie, ON), August 1, 1867
    TextNewspaper       The Steamer Algoma

    PARTICULARS OF THE ACCIDENT

    (Special despatch to the Leader)

    Detroit, July 29

    The clerk of the steamer Meteor, just in from Lake Superior, says that the steamer ...

    TextNewspaper     The Steamer Algoma

    PARTICULARS OF THE ACCIDENT

    (Special despatch to the Leader)

    Detroit, July 29

    The clerk of the steamer Meteor, just in from Lake Superior, says that the steamer ...

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  • Expositor (Orillia, ON), May 23, 1872
    Expositor (Orillia, ON), May 23, 1872
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    NEW STEAMER - A small screw steamer to be called the Maid of Midland was brought up on the Northern Railway last week and will be launched and fitted up here. It is owned by Mr. F.S. Darling has accommodation for about 50 passengers and will run between Penetanguishene, ...

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    NEW STEAMER - A small screw steamer to be called the Maid of Midland was brought up on the Northern Railway last week and will be launched and fitted up ...

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  • Owen Sound Times (Owen Sound, ON), May 17, 1872
    Owen Sound Times (Owen Sound, ON), May 17, 1872
    TextNewspaper       DEPARTURE OF THE MANITOBA

    On Tuesday evening last a surprise party comprised of some of the most prominent citizens of Owen Sound, visited the steamer Manitoba which was about leaving to take her place on the route from Sarnia to Duluth to bid farewell to the officers of ...

    TextNewspaper     DEPARTURE OF THE MANITOBA

    On Tuesday evening last a surprise party comprised of some of the most prominent citizens of Owen Sound, visited the steamer Manitoba which was about leaving to ...

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  • Times (Orillia, ON), May 3, 1872
    Times (Orillia, ON), May 3, 1872
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    OPENING OF NAVIGATION - The Schooner Maple Leaf cleared on Wednesday evening with a cargo of wheat shipped by Mr. Jas. Sutherland. The Silver Spray commences her regular trips on Monday next.

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    OPENING OF NAVIGATION - The Schooner Maple Leaf cleared on Wednesday evening with a cargo of wheat shipped by Mr. Jas. Sutherland. The Silver Spray commences her regular trips on ...

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  • Northern Advance (Barrie, ON), November 2, 1871
    Northern Advance (Barrie, ON), November 2, 1871
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    COLLINGWOOD OCT. 31 - The steamer Manitoba arrived from Fort William about one o'clock this morning. The captain says they brought down 40 passengers and 500 packages of fish, and made the trip in 60 hours from Collingwood to Fort William calling at way ports, beating the ...

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    COLLINGWOOD OCT. 31 - The steamer Manitoba arrived from Fort William about one o'clock this morning. The captain says they brought down 40 passengers and 500 packages of fish, and ...

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  • Northern Advance (Barrie, ON), August 8, 1872
    Northern Advance (Barrie, ON), August 8, 1872
    TextNewspaper       A PROPELLER BURNED

    COLLINGWOOD, Aug. 3. - Cap. J. McPherson and crew arrived by the schooner New Dominion to day, bringing particulars of the burning of the propeller M. R. Robertson. The propeller left Chicago on the 27th July with 16, 500 bushels of wheat ...

    TextNewspaper     A PROPELLER BURNED

    COLLINGWOOD, Aug. 3. - Cap. J. McPherson and crew arrived by the schooner New Dominion to day, bringing particulars of the burning of the propeller M. R. Robertson. ...

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  • Times (Orillia, ON), July, 1872
    Times (Orillia, ON), July, 1872
    TextNewspaper       Masonic Excursion

    The annual excursion of the St. George's Lodge of Freemen took place on Monday last, the 28th inst. on the steamer Silver Spray after eight o'clock. The members of the lodge marched down to the boat. About 150 excursionists were on board. The boat was ...

    TextNewspaper     Masonic Excursion

    The annual excursion of the St. George's Lodge of Freemen took place on Monday last, the 28th inst. on the steamer Silver Spray after eight o'clock. The members of ...

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  • Expositor (Orillia, ON), July 25, 1872
    Expositor (Orillia, ON), July 25, 1872
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    The Waubuno last week took ten tons of maple sugar from Little Current, consigned to A. A. Thompson, Penetanguishene.

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    The Waubuno last week took ten tons of maple sugar from Little Current, consigned to A. A. Thompson, Penetanguishene.

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  • Times (Orillia, ON), June 14, 1872
    Times (Orillia, ON), June 14, 1872
    TextNewspaper       OUR HARBOUR

    The Collingwood people are pleased! With nothing but an artificial make-shift of a harbour, which the elements made shipwreck of last winter, costing the Government $35, 000 and the Northern Railway a like sum to repair it again, they have long envied the splendid natural ...

    TextNewspaper     OUR HARBOUR

    The Collingwood people are pleased! With nothing but an artificial make-shift of a harbour, which the elements made shipwreck of last winter, costing the Government $35, 000 and the ...

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  • Bulletin (Collingwood, ON), July 5, 1871
    Bulletin (Collingwood, ON), July 5, 1871
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    FREE BATH - On Saturday afternoon while rolling a barrel to the Algoma, the gangway slipped and landed a coloured gentleman and the load in the water.

    The ALGOMA - This steamer arrived from the upper lakes on Wednesday. The Algoma ...

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    FREE BATH - On Saturday afternoon while rolling a barrel to the Algoma, the gangway slipped and landed a coloured gentleman and the load in the water.

    The ALGOMA - This ...

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  • Enterprise (Collingwood, ON), June 22, 1871
    Enterprise (Collingwood, ON), June 22, 1871
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    The Chicora brought down on her last trip from Silver Islet 136 barrels of silver ore of a very high quality, valued and insured for 116, 000 dollars, or a little over eight hundred and fifty dollars per barrel.

    The CANADIAN PACIFIC SURVEY - Collingwood has been unusually ...

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    The Chicora brought down on her last trip from Silver Islet 136 barrels of silver ore of a very high quality, valued and insured for 116, 000 dollars, or a ...

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  • Enterprise (Collingwood, ON), June 15, 1871
    Enterprise (Collingwood, ON), June 15, 1871
    TextNewspaper       A TRIP UP THE LAKES

    "We left Collingwood" writes our correspondent, " on Sunday morning, May 28th at 2 o'clock arrived at Owen Sound at 6:30, the Chicora having on board a large quantity of freight and the mails" Arrived at the Bruce Mines, our ...

    TextNewspaper     A TRIP UP THE LAKES

    "We left Collingwood" writes our correspondent, " on Sunday morning, May 28th at 2 o'clock arrived at Owen Sound at 6:30, the Chicora having on board ...

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  • Advertiser (Owen Sound, ON), May 4, 1871
    Advertiser (Owen Sound, ON), May 4, 1871
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    THE WAUBUNO - The Steamer Waubuno returned to this port from the Bruce Mines on Tuesday night last having been detained by ice for four days. This was the first trip to that port this season and the earliest ever made to the Sault.

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    THE WAUBUNO - The Steamer Waubuno returned to this port from the Bruce Mines on Tuesday night last having been detained by ice for four days. This was the first ...

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  • Northern Advance (Barrie, ON), October 5, 1871
    Northern Advance (Barrie, ON), October 5, 1871
    TextNewspaper       SCHOONER FOUNDERED -LOSS OF LIFE

    A vessel that arrived here this p.m. from Chicago brought the news of the schooner Hurd being wrecked near Manitoulin Island in the gale of last Thursday. She was on her way from Chicago to this port loaded with corn and foundered. The ...

    TextNewspaper     SCHOONER FOUNDERED -LOSS OF LIFE

    A vessel that arrived here this p.m. from Chicago brought the news of the schooner Hurd being wrecked near Manitoulin Island in the gale of last ...

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  • Packet (Orillia, ON), September 14, 1871
    Packet (Orillia, ON), September 14, 1871
    TextNewspaper       COLLINGWOOD

    A MELANCHOLY AFFAIR - the gun boat Rescue came down from Lake Superior yesterday. From Mr. Parsons who went as pilot we learn, that the report of the death of 7 men connected with the surveying party at Nipigon is but true...

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    TextNewspaper     COLLINGWOOD

    A MELANCHOLY AFFAIR - the gun boat Rescue came down from Lake Superior yesterday. From Mr. Parsons who went as pilot we learn, that the report of the death of ...

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  • Bulletin (Collingwood, ON), August 30, 1871
    Bulletin (Collingwood, ON), August 30, 1871
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    THE ALGOMA - Capt. Orr arrived from Fort William on Monday, night bringing 36 tons of copper ore from Bruce Mines, 100 pkgs. Of fish, 7 span horses, 80 cabin and 25 deck passengers. She brought 40 bbls. Silver ore from Thunder bay to Sault. On Friday she leaves again ...

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    THE ALGOMA - Capt. Orr arrived from Fort William on Monday, night bringing 36 tons of copper ore from Bruce Mines, 100 pkgs. Of fish, 7 span horses, 80 cabin ...

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  • Northern Light (Orillia, ON), July 7, 1871
    Northern Light (Orillia, ON), July 7, 1871
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    The Collingwood Bulletin says the steamer Chicora came down from Duluth last Friday, bringing sixty-five tons of copper from Bruce Mines. She also brought 135 barrels of silver from Silver Islet to the Bruce Mines. Captain McGregor states that three fourths interest in ...

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    The Collingwood Bulletin says the steamer Chicora came down from Duluth last Friday, bringing sixty-five tons of copper from Bruce Mines. She also brought 135 barrels of silver from Silver ...

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  • Advertiser (Owen Sound, ON), July 21, 1870
    Advertiser (Owen Sound, ON), July 21, 1870
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    EXCURSION - On Tuesday there was a grand excursion from Meaford to Colpoy's Bay. The Frances Smith which left here in the morning called at that port and took on about 300 pleasure seekers proceeding thence to the Bay, where the excursionists disembarked and enjoyed ...

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    EXCURSION - On Tuesday there was a grand excursion from Meaford to Colpoy's Bay. The Frances Smith which left here in the morning called at that port and took on ...

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  • Bulletin (Collingwood, ON), July 20, 1870
    Bulletin (Collingwood, ON), July 20, 1870
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    The PRINCE ALFRED left our harbour for Goderich about 10 0'clock last Saturday night Capt. Wyatt received orders from Ottawa to send the gun-boat to that port, but we are not aware for what object.

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    The PRINCE ALFRED left our harbour for Goderich about 10 0'clock last Saturday night Capt. Wyatt received orders from Ottawa to send the gun-boat to that port, but we are ...

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